Turning The 50s And 60s Into Power Pop Punches – Here Comes THE BEATERSBAND With ‘VOL DUE’

9 September 2020

Home: Rosignano Marittimo, Toscana, Italy
Who: An Italian band formed in 2018 and
fronted by utterly cool riot grrl Donatella Guida.
They are on a mission to cover 50s and 60s classics
and give them a sonic bang-up punch dress and a
swirling vintage flavor.

Album: VOL DUE – Their Vol 2 LP
Released: 7 September 2020
Covered artists: The Shirelles, Neil Sedaka, The Beach Boys, Rita Pavone, I Ribelli,
The McCoys and The Chantells

Key line: “The first music I bought when I was nine or 10 was pop music from the
’50s and ’60s, like The Everly Bros., Elvis, Del Shannon, The Flamingos, The Platters,
whatever I could get my hands on. And then some musical things, like Camelot,
Singing in the Rain and Hair.”
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy (90s-00s singer/songwriter)

Keywords: Hello grandma, hello grandpa / Back to the future / Mono / Dancing in
the Street / Phil Spector / Blink 182 / Green Day / 50s Symphonies / Swinging 60s /
Musica punk italiana / Start and end party tunes / Amplified melodies / Swirling
electricity / Corona virus vaccin

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The Perfect Cover Band For Your Parties – Here Are From Italy… THE BEATERSBAND

28 May 2020

THE BEATERSBAND is an Italian nostalgic power pop band formed in 2018 and fronted by cool frontwoman Donatella Guida. They rearrange songs from the American Rock ‘n’ Roll 50’s and 60’s, and give it a new life in a more current and fresh Punk Rock key.

Why writing your own original songs when you can entertain people with jiggling covers from old swinging classics that today’s young generation hasn’t heard of anyway? That’s what this glamourous act exactly does. They give timeless hits a new punky dress, a catchy dance floor injection and a Doowop vitality. It’s all about shake and bake fun, about re-enjoying two great musical decades with lively panache, buoyant vibrancy, and party adrenalin while keeping the original spirit intact.

Last year their first album VOL UNO came out and a follow-up
is in the pipeline with these two upbeat belters on it…

(Made famous in 1964 by The McCoys)

(Made famous by The King in 1960)


Artwork new album VOL DUE – out soon